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8 thoughts on “ Just A Mystery - Fats Navarro - The Savoy Recordings (CD)

  1. This out of print two-LP set features trumpeter Fats Navarro's Savoy recordings which have thus far only been reissued on CD in piecemeal fashion. The ill-fated Navarro is heard at the peak of his powers, whether teamed with trumpeter Kenny Dorham, altoist Sonny Stitt, and pianist Bud Powell in an octet, interacting with the equally fiery tenor saxophonist Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, or jamming 10/
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Savoy Story, Volume One - Jazz on Discogs. Label: Savoy Jazz - SVY,Savoy Jazz - ,Atlantic - • Series: Savoy Jazz Originals • Format: 3x, CD Compilation Box Set Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Style: Swing, Bop, Hard Bop, Cool Jazz.
  3. * Savoy SJL Fats Navarro - Fat Girl: The Savoy Sessions * Savoy XP Fats Navarro - New Trends Of Jazz, Vol. 7 * Savoy Eddie Davis - Just A Mystery / Red Pepper.
  4. Fats Navarro Savoy Savoy (label) Jazz (CD, LP) An excellent set that brings together Fats Navarro's recordings for Savoy – late 40s sides that were always poorly packaged and annotated on record, which are compiled here wonderfully, with great notes, and a few unissued tracks!
  5. Savoy Records is an American record company and label established by Herman Lubinsky in in Newark, New Jersey. Savoy specialized in jazz, rhythm and blues, and gospel music.. In September , Savoy was acquired by Concord Bicycle Music.
  6. This 4 CD compilation spans Fats Navarro's short but utterly brilliant career, from the legendary Billy Eckstine Orchestra through his Savoy and Blue Note studio recordings, a great selection of his session work and broadcasts for and with people such as Coleman Hawkins, Illinois Jacquet, Tadd Dameron, Bud Powell and Charlie Parker/5(10).
  7. His Best Recordings: is part of the Best in Jazz series that highlights jazz musicians' finest material as chosen by a panel of jazz experts. So here we have 22 of Fats Navarro's best performances, from his work with Andy Kirk to his solo efforts to his days in Tadd Dameron's orchestra.
  8. The world seems to know Dizzy Gillespie, Clifford Brown, and Miles Davis as the ultimate bebop trumpet players, but Fats Navarro truly deserves a spot in that hall-of-fame also. The recordings represented here, mostly recorded from to , show how Fats represents a link between Diz and Brownie/5(11).

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